En Route to Success

Smart Mobility Amsterdam

In "En Route to Success" we follow mobility experts on their route to success. The first episode: Smart Mobility in Amsterdam. A city that has more bicycles than people. With a growing 800,000 inhabitants it aims to become the number one smart mobility city of the world. But advancements do not come without challenges. How is Amsterdam mapping out its route to success?

Three mobility challenges

Mobility is part of our basic needs. The continuous growth of the population and ongoing urbanization brings numerous challenges. Environment, congestion, safety and health are amongst our concerns. How does Amsterdam tackle these challenges? Watch the seperate episodes with Amsterdam Bicycle Mayor Katelijne Boerma, Maurits van Hövell of Johan Cruijff Arena and Waldemar Torenstra of an Amsterdam e-neigbourhood.

Bicycles & micromobility

"The smartest mobility is in your shed!" - Katelijne Boerma, Bicycle Mayor

Traffic management

"COVID-19 made us smarter." - Maurits van Hövell, Johan Cruijff Arena

Shared mobility

"If I can say goodbye to my own car, others can." - Waldemar Torenstra, Mobility hub

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